How can I make links clickable in my posts?
You may have noticed that some posts have highlighted links in them. Internet Archive forums permit the use of HTML codes. Suppose you want to make a link to the Internet Archive home page, one that looks like this: Internet Archive home page. To do this, you would enter the following HTML code: <a href="http://www.archive.org">Internet Archive home page</a>.
How can I format text in my posts?
Since the Internet Archive forum system accepts HTML codes, you can make text bold, italic, underlined, or even colored by using normal HTML codes.
How can I insert MP3s, photos of weed, pics of Jer, filthy-rotten graphics, laundry lists, and tables of set-lists in my posts?
Look up the HTML codes. You can use many HTML codes effectively in your posts on these forums. Most importantly, the best use of HTML coding is for page structuring and layout — HyperText Markup Language. There is no "preview function" in the New Post dialog box. It takes practice, time, and technique to get it right. Newly edited postings are bumped to the top. Good luck!
How do I subscribe/unsubscribe to a forum email list?
Next to all forums, you will see a small envelope. When logged in, you can click on this envelope which will allow you to subscribe or unsubscribe to any forum.
How can I get The Grateful Dead around here?
Since the Internet Archive forum system accepts Grateful Dead codes, you can go to Monte's Dead page for a list of stuff.